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Tbilisi: City Highlights Guided Walking Tour

1. Tbilisi: City Highlights Guided Walking Tour

Explore the fascinating landmarks and hidden gems of Tbilisi, including Metekhi Church, the Monument of Vakhtang Gorgasali, the statue of Mother of Georgia, the Narikala Fortress, and the sulfur baths district. Embark on a guided tour, ride the cable car, and taste traditional pie. Your journey starts once you meet your guide in front of the Avlabari Metro Station entrance. Enjoy a pleasant walk through the old street to Metekhi Church. From there, you will continue to explore the city and hear about the history and origins of Tbilisi. As you walk through the old Shardeni Street, you will discover an open-air market, Sioni Church, and the unique clock tower of the Puppet Theatre Rezo Gabriadze.  Continue onto the Anchiskhati Church and over the Bridge of Peace to reach Rike Park. Here, enjoy the opportunity to travel by cable car and get to the great monument of the Mother of Georgia. Then descend from the mountain through the narrow streets to the Narikala Fortress. You can enjoy magnificent views from the fortress and take memorable photographs of the old part of Tbilisi: Metekhi Church, the Monument of Vakhtang Gorgasali, and the sulfur baths district. After you visit the sulfur baths district, you will walk to the waterfall, located in the center of the city.

Tbilisi: Old Town Walking Tour

2. Tbilisi: Old Town Walking Tour

Even if you only have a short time in Tbilisi, you have to spend at least a half-day exploring the Old Town. The architecture in the city’s historic district is a mixture of Georgian, Byzantine, Oriental, and Neo-Classical European styles. Among the sites you will visit are the Orthodox Anchiskhati Basilica, the city’s oldest church. You will also see the 13th-century churches of Sioni and Metekhi, the magnificent Narikala Fortress, perched on a hill with superb views of the city below, and the classic Freedom Square. You will then continue to one of Tbilisi’s newest attractions, the Bridge of Peace, which opened in 2010 over the River Mtkvari (also known as the Kura River). Tbilisi’s compact size means you can easily explore the nearby Synagogue, Armenian Church and Mosque, in addition to the Georgian Orthodox churches so fundamental to Georgian culture. This peaceful co-existence of the various religions helps emphasize modern Georgian tolerance.

Tbilisi: Guided History, Culture & Architecture Walking Tour

3. Tbilisi: Guided History, Culture & Architecture Walking Tour

Explore Tbilisi, the energetic capital of Georgia, on a walking tour. With a guide, discover the rich history, cultural diversity, and architectural wonders that make this city so unique. Start on Rustaveli Avenue, Tbilisi's main artery, marveling at the combination of old and new. Witness the elegant facades of 19th-century buildings, adorned with ornate balconies and decorations. Along the way, pass the National Museum of Georgia, a treasure trove of historical artifacts offering a glimpse into Georgia's past. Next, discover the heart of the city at Freedom Square, an important historical and cultural landmark. Take a moment to observe the statue of St. George slaying the dragon. Continue through charming streets and narrow alleys, with a story waiting to be discovered at every corner. Then, walk through the Old Town and its charming courtyards. Visit the Rezo Gabriadze Theater, a marionette theatre next to a clock tower. Catch a performance "Circle of Life," followed by a visit to Anchiskhati Cathedral, one of the oldest churches dating back to the 6th century. Make your way to Narikala Castle, perched on a hill, offering a panoramic view of the city and the winding Mtkvari River. Enjoy the scenic landscape before reaching the Abanotubani district, is an ancient part of Tbilisi, known for its brick houses and sulfur bathhouses. Listen to the story of the founding of Tbilisi. Admire the characteristic domed roofs of the baths and breathe in the soothing scents wafting through the air. If you feel adventurous, relax in one of these traditional baths known for their healing properties. Conclude the tour on the Peace Bridge, a modern marvel spanning the river and connecting the old and new parts of the city. Walk along the bridge and admire its stunning design, which is especially fascinating when illuminated at night. Throughout the tour, enjoy the opportunity to taste the culinary specialties of Tbilisi, such as khachapuri, a delicious bread filled with cheese, and a glass of locally produced wine.

Tbilisi: 6 Neighbourhood All-Inclusive Public Transport Tour

4. Tbilisi: 6 Neighbourhood All-Inclusive Public Transport Tour

Embark on a tour that covers 6 different neighbourhoods in Tbilisi with a professional and local guide. Discover how diverse Tbilisi truly is as you discover classic Orthodox, multicultural-communities, and grand historic homes. Witness Tbilisi's old architecture as well as the 'hipster' side of the city. Be amazed by the street art, food, and vintage shops. Get recommendations from your guide on where to find traditional and modern restaurants, wine bars, parks, and amazing city views. Follow your guide whilst on board public transport in order to see as much of this giant borough as possible. Use the transport time to rest your feet in between stops and take in the scenery that glides past the window. Choose from a shared group tour or a private option. Booking the private option grants you the ability to request specific neighborhoods as part of your itinerary.

Tbilisi: A Private Walking Tour Tailored to Your Interests

5. Tbilisi: A Private Walking Tour Tailored to Your Interests

Unravel the rich tapestry of Tbilisi, the vibrant capital of Georgia, with “Tbilisi Unveiled: The Insider's Private Walking Tour”. This meticulously curated 3-hour journey is your golden ticket to the city's soul. Unlike the generic crowd-swallowed tours, this intimate experience ensures your time is valued and your curiosities are satisfied. As you meander through the cobblestone streets of Old Tbilisi, your knowledgeable guide will breathe life into the city’s tales. The tour will take you through a labyrinth of history, where each turn reveals a new layer of Tbilisi’s past and present. Sightseeing Highlights: • Narikala Fortress: Stand atop this ancient fortress and drink in the panoramic views of Tbilisi. Don’t miss the chance to take stunning photos! • Sulfur Baths: Learn about the therapeutic qualities of these historical baths and the legends that surround them. • Rezo Gabriadze Marionette Theater and famous clock tower: Admire the whimsical clock tower and hear the stories behind this iconic puppet theater. • Metekhi Church: Visit this historic church perched on a hill and learn about its significance in Georgian history. • Shardeni Street: Stroll down this lively street lined with cafes, bars, and galleries. • Kartlis Deda (Mother of Georgia): This symbol of Tbilisi holds a sword in one hand and a cup of wine in the other – a classic metaphor for the Georgian character • Bridge of Peace: Marvel at this modern glass bridge and learn how it blends with Tbilisi’s ancient architecture. • Anchiskhati Basilica: Discover the oldest surviving church in Tbilisi and its historical significance. • and more! Your guide, a Tbilisi insider, will not only narrate history but also share coveted secrets - the best local haunts to savor authentic Georgian cuisine, the hidden art galleries, and the quaintest cafes. This is not a monologue but an interactive experience. Feel free to ask anything; your guide is an open book! This is not a one-size-fits-all tour. It’s an experience crafted for those who want to make the most of their time in Tbilisi. It’s for the discerning traveler who seeks more than just a cursory glance at a new place.

Tbilisi: Guided Tour to the Top 10 Sightseeing Attractions

6. Tbilisi: Guided Tour to the Top 10 Sightseeing Attractions

Get an overview of Tbilisi's most important sights in about two hours and discover the highlights of the city. Start your journey by walking along Rustaveli Avenue, where you'll admire its highlights, including the iconic Parliament of Georgia and the majestic Opera and Ballet Theater of Tbilisi. As you reach Freedom Square, take in the bustling atmosphere of the city. Continue your exploration by heading towards the renowned Clock Tower, where also the oldest surviving Orthodox church in Tbilisi, stands proudly. In the next part of the tour, cross one of the most popular attractions, the Bridge of Peace, and take a cable car ride to see Narikala Castle and the Mother of Georgia, offering breathtaking views of Tbilisi. Afterward, enjoy a walk through Tbilisi Old Town and explore Abanotubani with its highlights. Finally, cross the river again and hit Metekhi Virgin Mary Assumption Church and the Statue of King Vakhtang Gorgasali, the founder of Tbilisi. With this comprehensive tour, you will have experienced the essence of Tbilisi's top 10 sightseeing attractions.

Tbilisi walking tour

7. Tbilisi walking tour

We are going to start our tour in the historical center of the city, where the city was born about 20 centuries ago. You will see the famous sulfur bath, including the most beautiful – Pushkin’s und Duma’s sulfurbath. On our way we will see some churches (Metekhi church, Sioni, and the oldest one from the 6 century – Anchishati), impressive Narikala fortress, Meidan Bazar, Sharden street, monument mother of Georgia, tamada monument, many caravan serais, peace bridge, the patriarchy of Georgia, the theater of Rezo Gabriadze with its Clock Tower, old city wall. The end of the tour is flexible and depends on your endurance and speed. We can finish at the Freedom square or continue along the splendid Rustaveli Avenue with its theatres and museums.

Tbilisi: OldTown Highlights with 5 Tastings & Cable Car Ride

8. Tbilisi: OldTown Highlights with 5 Tastings & Cable Car Ride

Discover the enchanting charm of Tbilisi's Old Town on our guided tour packed with history, culture, and flavor. Wander through narrow cobblestone streets as our expert guide unveils the secrets of iconic landmarks like Narikala Fortress, Sulphur Baths, Clock tower and the Bridge of Peace. Experience riding a cable car over the Mtkvari (Kura) River, soaking in panoramic views of the Old Town. Delight your taste buds with 5 tastings of traditional delicacies, including the chewy sweetness of Churchkhela, the tangy richness of Tklapi, the smooth flavor of traditional wine, and the fiery warmth of an authentic Georgian alcohol shot. Plus, a local chocolate, adding a sweet finale to your sensory journey. Throughout the tour, soak in the vibrant atmosphere of Tbilisi's oldest district, where ancient meets modern in a captivating blend of architecture, art, and tradition. With insightful commentary and a gastronomic adventure to remember, our Old Town Highlights Guided Tour promises an unforgettable journey through the heart and soul of Georgia's capital city.

Tbilisi: Walking Tour of Main Highlights With Food & Wine

9. Tbilisi: Walking Tour of Main Highlights With Food & Wine

Experience the heart of Tbilisi on a captivating walking tour along Shota Rustaveli Avenue and through the historic old town. Glide over the cityscape with the Tbilisi Ropeway, absorbing panoramic views. Delve into Georgia's rich culture and history, visiting renowned landmarks and immersing in local life at bustling markets. Explore the vibrant Dry Bridge Flea Market. Indulge in the finest Georgian wines at handpicked spots and savor authentic cuisine, completing a sensory journey through Tbilisi's essence.

Tbilisi: Half-Day Top Sights & Attraction Tour with Tastings

10. Tbilisi: Half-Day Top Sights & Attraction Tour with Tastings

Join us for an unforgettable walking tour through the dynamic streets of Tbilisi, where history and modernity meet to create the blend of sights and experiences. Discover the spirit of Georgia's capital as we journey through its historical landmarks, hidden gems, verdant parks, and vibrant cultural spaces. Along the way, enjoy traditional snacks, sample local wine, and savor a shot of authentic Georgian alcohol, adding a flavorful touch to your exploration. Our adventure begins along the bustling main avenue of the city, where the grandeur of the Parliament building, renowned museums, and eclectic art venues await. From here, we start on a leisurely stroll towards the old town, where every corner reveals a new chapter in Tbilisi's rich history and culture. In the heart of the old town, we ride aboard the iconic cable car, rising above the river Mtkvari (Kura) and the historic district towards Narikala Castle. Enjoy panoramic views of the cityscape from this elevated perspective before walking down to explore the ancient district of Abanotubani. Here, we delve into the highlights of the area, moving on to the iconic Metekhi Church and the imposing Statue of Tbilisi's founder, Vakhtang I Gorgasali, extending a warm welcome to all who visit. Having uncovered the treasures of the oldest part of the city, we set forth to explore its more alternative side. Navigate through the local flea market, wander through entertaining parks, and immerse yourself in cultural spaces where locals and tourists alike gather to relax and become part of the pulse of Tbilisi. Join us on this engaging journey through the heart of Georgia's capital and experience the city's vibrant spirit like never before.

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Tbilisi: City Highlights Guided Walking Tour

Tbilisi: City Highlights Guided Walking Tour

Explore the fascinating landmarks and hidden gems of Tbilisi, including Metekhi Church, the Monument of Vakhtang Gorgasali, the statue of Mother of Georgia, the Narikala Fortress, and the sulfur baths district. Embark on a guided tour, ride the cable car, and taste traditional pie. Your journey starts once you meet your guide in front of the Avlabari Metro Station entrance. Enjoy a pleasant walk through the old street to Metekhi Church. From there, you will continue to explore the city and hear about the history and origins of Tbilisi. As you walk through the old Shardeni Street, you will discover an open-air market, Sioni Church, and the unique clock tower of the Puppet Theatre Rezo Gabriadze.  Continue onto the Anchiskhati Church and over the Bridge of Peace to reach Rike Park. Here, enjoy the opportunity to travel by cable car and get to the great monument of the Mother of Georgia. Then descend from the mountain through the narrow streets to the Narikala Fortress. You can enjoy magnificent views from the fortress and take memorable photographs of the old part of Tbilisi: Metekhi Church, the Monument of Vakhtang Gorgasali, and the sulfur baths district. After you visit the sulfur baths district, you will walk to the waterfall, located in the center of the city.

Tbilisi: Old Town Walking Tour

Tbilisi: Old Town Walking Tour

Even if you only have a short time in Tbilisi, you have to spend at least a half-day exploring the Old Town. The architecture in the city’s historic district is a mixture of Georgian, Byzantine, Oriental, and Neo-Classical European styles. Among the sites you will visit are the Orthodox Anchiskhati Basilica, the city’s oldest church. You will also see the 13th-century churches of Sioni and Metekhi, the magnificent Narikala Fortress, perched on a hill with superb views of the city below, and the classic Freedom Square. You will then continue to one of Tbilisi’s newest attractions, the Bridge of Peace, which opened in 2010 over the River Mtkvari (also known as the Kura River). Tbilisi’s compact size means you can easily explore the nearby Synagogue, Armenian Church and Mosque, in addition to the Georgian Orthodox churches so fundamental to Georgian culture. This peaceful co-existence of the various religions helps emphasize modern Georgian tolerance.

Tbilisi: Guided History, Culture & Architecture Walking Tour

Tbilisi: Guided History, Culture & Architecture Walking Tour

Explore Tbilisi, the energetic capital of Georgia, on a walking tour. With a guide, discover the rich history, cultural diversity, and architectural wonders that make this city so unique. Start on Rustaveli Avenue, Tbilisi's main artery, marveling at the combination of old and new. Witness the elegant facades of 19th-century buildings, adorned with ornate balconies and decorations. Along the way, pass the National Museum of Georgia, a treasure trove of historical artifacts offering a glimpse into Georgia's past. Next, discover the heart of the city at Freedom Square, an important historical and cultural landmark. Take a moment to observe the statue of St. George slaying the dragon. Continue through charming streets and narrow alleys, with a story waiting to be discovered at every corner. Then, walk through the Old Town and its charming courtyards. Visit the Rezo Gabriadze Theater, a marionette theatre next to a clock tower. Catch a performance "Circle of Life," followed by a visit to Anchiskhati Cathedral, one of the oldest churches dating back to the 6th century. Make your way to Narikala Castle, perched on a hill, offering a panoramic view of the city and the winding Mtkvari River. Enjoy the scenic landscape before reaching the Abanotubani district, is an ancient part of Tbilisi, known for its brick houses and sulfur bathhouses. Listen to the story of the founding of Tbilisi. Admire the characteristic domed roofs of the baths and breathe in the soothing scents wafting through the air. If you feel adventurous, relax in one of these traditional baths known for their healing properties. Conclude the tour on the Peace Bridge, a modern marvel spanning the river and connecting the old and new parts of the city. Walk along the bridge and admire its stunning design, which is especially fascinating when illuminated at night. Throughout the tour, enjoy the opportunity to taste the culinary specialties of Tbilisi, such as khachapuri, a delicious bread filled with cheese, and a glass of locally produced wine.

Tbilisi: 6 Neighbourhood All-Inclusive Public Transport Tour

Tbilisi: 6 Neighbourhood All-Inclusive Public Transport Tour

Embark on a tour that covers 6 different neighbourhoods in Tbilisi with a professional and local guide. Discover how diverse Tbilisi truly is as you discover classic Orthodox, multicultural-communities, and grand historic homes. Witness Tbilisi's old architecture as well as the 'hipster' side of the city. Be amazed by the street art, food, and vintage shops. Get recommendations from your guide on where to find traditional and modern restaurants, wine bars, parks, and amazing city views. Follow your guide whilst on board public transport in order to see as much of this giant borough as possible. Use the transport time to rest your feet in between stops and take in the scenery that glides past the window. Choose from a shared group tour or a private option. Booking the private option grants you the ability to request specific neighborhoods as part of your itinerary.

Tbilisi: A Private Walking Tour Tailored to Your Interests

Tbilisi: A Private Walking Tour Tailored to Your Interests

Unravel the rich tapestry of Tbilisi, the vibrant capital of Georgia, with “Tbilisi Unveiled: The Insider's Private Walking Tour”. This meticulously curated 3-hour journey is your golden ticket to the city's soul. Unlike the generic crowd-swallowed tours, this intimate experience ensures your time is valued and your curiosities are satisfied. As you meander through the cobblestone streets of Old Tbilisi, your knowledgeable guide will breathe life into the city’s tales. The tour will take you through a labyrinth of history, where each turn reveals a new layer of Tbilisi’s past and present. Sightseeing Highlights: • Narikala Fortress: Stand atop this ancient fortress and drink in the panoramic views of Tbilisi. Don’t miss the chance to take stunning photos! • Sulfur Baths: Learn about the therapeutic qualities of these historical baths and the legends that surround them. • Rezo Gabriadze Marionette Theater and famous clock tower: Admire the whimsical clock tower and hear the stories behind this iconic puppet theater. • Metekhi Church: Visit this historic church perched on a hill and learn about its significance in Georgian history. • Shardeni Street: Stroll down this lively street lined with cafes, bars, and galleries. • Kartlis Deda (Mother of Georgia): This symbol of Tbilisi holds a sword in one hand and a cup of wine in the other – a classic metaphor for the Georgian character • Bridge of Peace: Marvel at this modern glass bridge and learn how it blends with Tbilisi’s ancient architecture. • Anchiskhati Basilica: Discover the oldest surviving church in Tbilisi and its historical significance. • and more! Your guide, a Tbilisi insider, will not only narrate history but also share coveted secrets - the best local haunts to savor authentic Georgian cuisine, the hidden art galleries, and the quaintest cafes. This is not a monologue but an interactive experience. Feel free to ask anything; your guide is an open book! This is not a one-size-fits-all tour. It’s an experience crafted for those who want to make the most of their time in Tbilisi. It’s for the discerning traveler who seeks more than just a cursory glance at a new place.

Tbilisi: Guided Tour to the Top 10 Sightseeing Attractions

Tbilisi: Guided Tour to the Top 10 Sightseeing Attractions

Get an overview of Tbilisi's most important sights in about two hours and discover the highlights of the city. Start your journey by walking along Rustaveli Avenue, where you'll admire its highlights, including the iconic Parliament of Georgia and the majestic Opera and Ballet Theater of Tbilisi. As you reach Freedom Square, take in the bustling atmosphere of the city. Continue your exploration by heading towards the renowned Clock Tower, where also the oldest surviving Orthodox church in Tbilisi, stands proudly. In the next part of the tour, cross one of the most popular attractions, the Bridge of Peace, and take a cable car ride to see Narikala Castle and the Mother of Georgia, offering breathtaking views of Tbilisi. Afterward, enjoy a walk through Tbilisi Old Town and explore Abanotubani with its highlights. Finally, cross the river again and hit Metekhi Virgin Mary Assumption Church and the Statue of King Vakhtang Gorgasali, the founder of Tbilisi. With this comprehensive tour, you will have experienced the essence of Tbilisi's top 10 sightseeing attractions.

Tbilisi walking tour

Tbilisi walking tour

We are going to start our tour in the historical center of the city, where the city was born about 20 centuries ago. You will see the famous sulfur bath, including the most beautiful – Pushkin’s und Duma’s sulfurbath. On our way we will see some churches (Metekhi church, Sioni, and the oldest one from the 6 century – Anchishati), impressive Narikala fortress, Meidan Bazar, Sharden street, monument mother of Georgia, tamada monument, many caravan serais, peace bridge, the patriarchy of Georgia, the theater of Rezo Gabriadze with its Clock Tower, old city wall. The end of the tour is flexible and depends on your endurance and speed. We can finish at the Freedom square or continue along the splendid Rustaveli Avenue with its theatres and museums.

Tbilisi: OldTown Highlights with 5 Tastings & Cable Car Ride

Tbilisi: OldTown Highlights with 5 Tastings & Cable Car Ride

Discover the enchanting charm of Tbilisi's Old Town on our guided tour packed with history, culture, and flavor. Wander through narrow cobblestone streets as our expert guide unveils the secrets of iconic landmarks like Narikala Fortress, Sulphur Baths, Clock tower and the Bridge of Peace. Experience riding a cable car over the Mtkvari (Kura) River, soaking in panoramic views of the Old Town. Delight your taste buds with 5 tastings of traditional delicacies, including the chewy sweetness of Churchkhela, the tangy richness of Tklapi, the smooth flavor of traditional wine, and the fiery warmth of an authentic Georgian alcohol shot. Plus, a local chocolate, adding a sweet finale to your sensory journey. Throughout the tour, soak in the vibrant atmosphere of Tbilisi's oldest district, where ancient meets modern in a captivating blend of architecture, art, and tradition. With insightful commentary and a gastronomic adventure to remember, our Old Town Highlights Guided Tour promises an unforgettable journey through the heart and soul of Georgia's capital city.

Tbilisi: Walking Tour of Main Highlights With Food & Wine

Tbilisi: Walking Tour of Main Highlights With Food & Wine

Experience the heart of Tbilisi on a captivating walking tour along Shota Rustaveli Avenue and through the historic old town. Glide over the cityscape with the Tbilisi Ropeway, absorbing panoramic views. Delve into Georgia's rich culture and history, visiting renowned landmarks and immersing in local life at bustling markets. Explore the vibrant Dry Bridge Flea Market. Indulge in the finest Georgian wines at handpicked spots and savor authentic cuisine, completing a sensory journey through Tbilisi's essence.

Tbilisi: Half-Day Top Sights & Attraction Tour with Tastings

Tbilisi: Half-Day Top Sights & Attraction Tour with Tastings

Join us for an unforgettable walking tour through the dynamic streets of Tbilisi, where history and modernity meet to create the blend of sights and experiences. Discover the spirit of Georgia's capital as we journey through its historical landmarks, hidden gems, verdant parks, and vibrant cultural spaces. Along the way, enjoy traditional snacks, sample local wine, and savor a shot of authentic Georgian alcohol, adding a flavorful touch to your exploration. Our adventure begins along the bustling main avenue of the city, where the grandeur of the Parliament building, renowned museums, and eclectic art venues await. From here, we start on a leisurely stroll towards the old town, where every corner reveals a new chapter in Tbilisi's rich history and culture. In the heart of the old town, we ride aboard the iconic cable car, rising above the river Mtkvari (Kura) and the historic district towards Narikala Castle. Enjoy panoramic views of the cityscape from this elevated perspective before walking down to explore the ancient district of Abanotubani. Here, we delve into the highlights of the area, moving on to the iconic Metekhi Church and the imposing Statue of Tbilisi's founder, Vakhtang I Gorgasali, extending a warm welcome to all who visit. Having uncovered the treasures of the oldest part of the city, we set forth to explore its more alternative side. Navigate through the local flea market, wander through entertaining parks, and immerse yourself in cultural spaces where locals and tourists alike gather to relax and become part of the pulse of Tbilisi. Join us on this engaging journey through the heart of Georgia's capital and experience the city's vibrant spirit like never before.

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It was one of a kind for me. Was surprised to get George again! Which was a great surprise! We went to Fabrika, and saw graffiti’s along the streets. The Dezerter market was also a highlight. Tried the homemade dry wine, dried plum, market cacha! Another highlight was finally finding the best Americano in town! We also saw blooming Wisteria. Learnt about local artists this era and the past. We went to the local shopping experience. I truly enjoyed this through and through. As foreigners, we can also go by ourselves considering how safe the city is, but going with a local guide will always give us that extra detail that we may miss. Truly recommended! George was as always a 5-star!

Our guide Sally was amazing. She is someone who loves her job very much. She knows so much about the city. The tour was already a very well planned tour and Sally made it even better. We did all the things that can be done in 4 hours in the city. Thanks for Sally and the company 🙏

Our guide Patti was awesome. She gave us lots of info and made the trip entertaining. The four hours wasn't difficult at all. We had lots of break in between inclusing have a light lunxh at a park and wine tasting later. . Strongly recommend this tour

Wow ! This was an amazing tour!! Nina was so informational, and extremely kind! The tour also gave me a better insight on Tbilisi as well. Highly recommend booking.

The tour eas excellent and I would highly recommend it. The tour guide, Ungo was the best!!! Extremely knowledgeable, pleasant, approachable, simply perfect!